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Disneyland Resort’s Magical Lunar New Year Celebration

It’s the Year of the Rooster and Disneyland Resort is welcoming the Lunar New Year with a very magical celebration at Disney California Adventure Park. Through February 5, Guests can celebrate this joyous occasion as part of a 17-day celebration which includes live performances and entertainment, a special opening addition of ‘Hurry Home” to “World of Color“, beautiful, festive decor, Disney characters dressed in their own Lunar New Year costumes, special cultural activities, and exquisite Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese food offerings.lunar-new-year-2I was invited to attend a very special preview of the Lunar New Year Celebration at Disney California Adventure Park and was absolutely amazed at this bigger-than-ever celebration planned for the Year of the Rooster. Lunar New Year is traditionally celebrated within Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese cultures and commemorates the moment when both the sun and the moon begin their journey for another year.lunar-new-year-3In Disney California Adventure Park you’ll find such beautiful, festive decorations in honor of the “Year of the Rooster”, including whimsical red and gold ornamental lanterns and the 12 zodiac animals, with a Disney twist, of course. lunar-new-year-lanternParadise Gardens has been completely transformed into a magical setting for the Lunar New Year Celebration this year and you’ll find banners wishing guests a “Happy Lunar New Year” in English, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese.lunar-new-year-decorDuring the Lunar New Year Celebration, there are artisans that will teach children to make paper lanterns they can take home. Chinese artisans are also on hand doing calligraphy demonstrations for guests, as well as free face painting.lunar-new-year-bannerThere are also special character appearances in Disney California Adventure Park. You can find Mulan and Mushu, Chip n’ Dale, and Mickey and Minnie Mouse, all dressed up in their Lunar New Year attire. There’s also a beautiful photo location for guests to take photos with the characters.lunar-new-year-mulan-and-mushuYou’ll want to make sure to save time for a visit to see the Lucky Wishing Wall.  Guests may add their own wishes to the wall for a wonderful future. It’s a beautiful display to admire and contribute towards. lunar-new-year-wishesSpecial Entertainment
The entertainment that Disney has arranged this year for the Lunar New Year Celebration is spectacular. Here are some of the highlights:

  • The Acrobats of ChinaWatch this award-winning troupe from China perform an exciting mix of traditional and classic Chinese dance with human performance art including riveting feats of strength, grace, and balance. This cultural art form has been thrilling audiences for more than 2,500 years! 
  • Live musical performancesDisney has arranged an array of authentic performers for the Lunar New Year Celebration including Chinese concert musician Jie Ma, who performs on the traditional pipa string instrument, and Dat Nguyen, a Vietnamese concert guitarist, composer, and teacher. lunar-new-year-entertainment
  • “Hurry Home – Lunar New Year Celebration” – Each night, prior to the regular “World of Color”, there’s a new feature called “Hurry Home – Lunar New Year Celebration” that is a very special 6-minute feature that’s presented in sequences. Using projected animation along with lighting, special effects, and powerful fountains of “World of Color”, the story unfolds and takes guests on a journey of a Little Lantern who encounters 3 dream sequences. Viewers can expect to see appearances by Mulan and Mushu in the performance. The story is scored with music created for the opening ceremony of Shanghai Disney Resort. It’s a beautiful addition to the already breathtaking “World of Color” and should not be missed during it’s limited engagement at Disney California Adventure Park.
  • “Mulan’s Lunar New Year Procession”Mulan and everyone’s favorite dragon, Mushu, welcome “The Year of the Rooster” in this beautiful, colorful procession of Chinese umbrella dancers and a variety of other delightful performers who arrive to music from Disney’s beloved animated film “Mulan”. 

lunar-new-year-dancingLunar New Year Celebration Special Food Offerings
There are so many wonderful and special food offerings available for guests to try during the Lunar New Year Celebration, which are inspired by the cultures of China, Korea, and Vietnam. korea-marketplaceGuests will find a variety of authentic dishes at three locations within the Lunar New Year Marketplace from:

  • ChinaPork Soup Dumplings and Turnip Cakes with Spicy Sausage
  • KoreaKimchi Fried Rice and Steamed Vegetable Dumplings 
  • VietnamSticky Rice Cake with Pork and Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewerturnip-cakebeef-short-rib

Additional Lunar New Year menu items are available at Paradise Garden Grill including Vegetable Japchae, Kalbi Beef Short Ribs with Steamed Rice, Whole Crispy Tilapia with Citrus Chile Vinaigrette, Beef Pho Noodle Soup, Mango Pudding, and Cassava Coconut Cakebeef-phoLunar New Year merchandise is also available in the park during the celebration. There’s a specially designed t-shirt, a collectable pin, a decorative trinket box, and traditional red envelopes for gift giving.red-envelopeThere are so many highlights to this year’s Lunar New Year Celebration at Disneyland Resort for Guests to experience during their visit to the Park. Have you been yet? Don’t forget to take advantage of the SoCal Residents Discount Ticket offer, too.me-with-mulan-and-mushu

I was invited to a media preview event as a guest of Disneyland Resort, in order to write this post. All opinions are 100% my own.  

Main Street Electrical Parade Is “Home” Again at Disneyland!

When Southern California Disney fans (like me) heard the news, back in August, about the Main Street Electrical Parade returning “home” to Disneyland Park for its encore performance at the start of 2017, we were all beyond ecstatic!its-coming-homeAlthough the “Paint the Night” parade is also a big fan favorite at Disneyland, there are so many Disney lovers that deeply cherish the Main Street Electrical Parade and have longed for it to return since it “glowed away” from Disneyland on November 25, 1996main-street-electrical-parade-pin The older generations of Disney fans remember this classic nighttime parade because we saw it during its originally run down Main Street, U.S.A. inside Disneyland, in its original “home”. Others have either seen in another Disney Park or have possibly just been told about it from their parents. Whatever the case, the little kid in me comes out as soon as I hear the first synthesized tune of “Baroque Hoedown” start to play  the theme song for Main Street Electrical Parade. When I watched the TV spot for its return, my eyes immediately welled up with happy tears. Watch it here:

I was so honored to be invited to attend a very special preview and premiere of the parade, the night before it was scheduled to start the official limited time run of its encore performance on January 20, 2017. (It will only be here through June 18, 2017).waiting-on-main-street-electrical-paradeIt was a magical night and for some reason, the Southern California rain, which had been pouring for a couple of days, suddenly halted for a few hours so that the 9 p.m. parade could take place. I had a case of the giggles as I sat on the curb in Town Square on Main Street, U.S.A., with some of my friends, waiting for it to start. main-street-electrical-parade-waitingBefore long, the parade lights lit up nice and brightly, and we could see the front of the Main Street Electrical Parade making its way towards us in Town Square on Main Street, U.S.A.. (It began all the way down by “It’s a Small World“.)main-street-electrical-parade-trainThe iconic floats illuminated the parade route and were led by the train that Goofy’s driving. Minnie and Mickey Mouse are also aboard this train greeting guests, all along the parade route. The train is pulling the drum which has a lit up text that says “Disneyland Presents Main Street Electrical Parade”. main-street-electrical-parade-disneyland-presentsmain-street-electrical-parade-signIt gave me all the feels to see it say “Disneyland” again, as the last time I had the pleasure of watching this parade, it was at Walt Disney World.main-street-electrical-parade-petes-dragonThe Main Street Electrical Parade includes 22 floats in all, which is 10 more than the original parade which only included 12. You’ll find characters in the parade from 7 different Disney films including “Alice in Wonderland”, “Cinderella”, “Peter Pan”, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, “Pinocchio”, “Dumbo”, and “Pete’s Dragon”.main-street-electrical-parade-chesire-catIn addition to the floats, there are about 80 parade performers, some of which are adorned in lighted costumes. There are also 27 beloved Disney characters that perform as part of this parade including Mickey & Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Cinderella, Tinker Bell, Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and more!

It’s such a great time to plan a visit to the Disneyland Resort now, especially with the limited-time return of the Main Street Electrical Parade. If you haven’t seen the SoCal Resident Discounted Ticket offer, it allows you to purchase park tickets at amazing prices, for a limited time. For more information about these tickets, go here.socal-residents-ticket-offer-disneyland-is-backThe Main Street Electrical Parade’s stay at Disneyland is only for a limited time so be sure to get there to see it (at least once) before June 18th! Do you have childhood memories of this special parade? Share with me in the comments. I hope to see you in the Parks!

I was invited to attend a special media preview of Main Street Electrical Parade in order to write this post. Some images and footage are property of Disneyland. All opinions are 100% my own. 


{Giveaway} ScotsFestival & International Highland Games XXIV at The Queen Mary Feb. 18 -19

The Queen Mary is pleased to welcome back the annual ScotsFestival & International Highland Games XXIV on February 18 & 19 from 9am – 6pm. Come and experience the rich culture and history of Scotland first hand through an array of authentic activities, athletics, dancing, entertainment and cuisine all in ode to the Queen Mary’s Scottish legacy.the-queen-mary-scots-festEighty-seven years ago, in the quaint seaside town of Clydebank, Scotland, construction on the Queen Mary began. Exemplifying the finest craftsmanship of the country, the Queen Mary’s legacy is undeniable and today the ship’s heritage is celebrated through the two-day ScotsFestival honoring Scottish culture.scots-festival-animalsScotsFestival honors nearly fifty Scottish clans & vendors throughout the weekend with professional and amateur competitions in drumming, massed bands, darts, piping, Highland dancing, and Highland athletics. The Scottish Highland Games, a pre-cursor to today’s Olympic Games, were designed to test the strength, skill and technique of ancient warriors by face offs.scots-festival-horsesThe official opening ceremonies for the Queen Mary’s ScotsFestival begin with the traditional Grand Parade of Clans & Bands with an Address to the Haggis on the Parade Platform. Daily festivities include:

  • Border Collie sheep-herding
  • firing demonstrations
  • performances by the Royal Scots Greys Calvary
  • LA and OC Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
  • Celtic Harp Workshops
  • Story Songs by Wren of Iniquity Ensemble and many more historic reenactments.

One of the most popular competitions at ScotsFestival each year is the traditional pipe bands featuring a wide range of piping competitions, including solo, ensemble and pipe band ensemble. Crowds will gather to watch the pipe bands march together in absolute unison while playing traditional Scottish favorites likes, “Scotland the Brave” and “Amazing Grace.” festival-at-queen-maryThe Queen Mary’s ScotsFestival hosts World Champion Scottish Highland Dancers and many internationally acclaimed athletes competing for titles in stones, hammer throw, weights for distance, weight over bar, sheaf and the famed caber toss.

Whisky tasting sessions with aged malt experts and craft beer samplings are available for adult festival goers inside the spruce goose dome. While the wee laddies and lassies can bear witness to Queen Mary’s knighting and coronation ceremonies, and even take part in the Wee Highland games including youth competitions in archery, potato sack races and tug o’ war.Scots-FestivalTickets to ScotsFestival are now on sale and start at $10 online for ages 4-11 and $19 online for guests 12 and over. VIP tickets, upgrades, ticket add-ons, two-day festival passes and hotel packages will also be available. For more information or to purchase your tickets online, go here.giveaway-enter-to-win

I’m also hosting a giveaway for one lucky reader to win a pair of General Admission tickets to this year’s ScotsFestival. You can enter below on the Rafflecopter. Good luck everyone!

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This is not a sponsored post. Images and film clips are property of The Queen Mary. All opinions are 100% my own. 

Disneyland Brings Back SoCal Resident Discounted Ticket Offer

Have you heard the great news? Disneyland Resort is kicking off the new year by bringing back their SoCal Resident discounted ticket offer! There couldn’t be a more perfect time to plan a visit to the Parks, since the holidays are over and things slow down a bit. socal-residents-ticket-offer-disneyland-is-back The Southern California Resident ticket offer* provides flexible options for three days of magic and adventure at special prices. For a limited time, guests may select from these purchase options:

  • 3-day ticket with choice of one park per day for $149 (less than $50 per day) – entitles Guests admission to either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park each day for 3 days. This ticket is not valid for visits to both theme parks on the same day.
  • 3-day Park Hopper ticket for $189 – entitles Guests admission to both Disneyland Resort theme parks over 3 days, including visits to both theme parks on the same day.

The Southern California Resident tickets include one Magic Morning early entry to Disneyland Park, which provides an extra hour of play on select days before the park opens to the general public. Tickets must be purchased by May 22, 2017 and excludes the following blockout dates: April 9 through April 23, 2017. main-street-electrical-paradeThis is such a great offer and just in time to enjoy the upcoming Main Street Electrical Parade and thrilling Star Wars experiences at Disneyland Park, plus the Lunar New Year Celebration and the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival at Disney California Adventure Park.lunar-new-year-mickey-minnieHere are some of the important details relating to the 3-Day SoCal Resident Promotional Ticket with Magic Morning offer:

  • Valid only for Southern California residents within ZIP codes 90000-93599 and Northern Baja California residents within ZIP codes 21000-22999.
  • Proof of residency is required for purchase and admission.
  • 3-Day, 1-Park-Per-Day Ticket is valid for admission for three (3) days to either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure park, but not to both parks on the same day.
  • 3-Day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Ticket is valid for admission for three (3) days to both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park on the same day.
  • Each day of use constitutes one full day of use.
  • Tickets expire May 25, 2017.
  • Blockout days of April 9 through April 23, 2017 apply.
  • May purchase up to 5 tickets per person per day with valid ID.
  • Tickets may not be sold or transferred for commercial use.
  • Offer may not be combined with other ticket discounts or promotions.
  • Tickets not valid before January 9, 2017
  • Subject to capacity, restrictions and change without notice.

For more information about this very special offer, including restrictions, go here.

This is not a sponsored post. Some images are property of Disneyland Resort. All opinions are 100% my own. 


Babychella™ Free Family Event Comes to Orange County on 3/12

Babychella™ is coming to Warren R. Regional Park in Irvine, which is located in Orange County, Ca., on Sunday, March 12, 2017 from 12-4pm.  The event, presented by Orange County Parks, is a a free annual family music and arts festival celebrating babies and children of all ages.babychellaBabychella™ focuses on expectant mothers to be, babies and children of all ages are welcome. The goal of the event is to give existing parents and parents to be access to educational speakers, popular baby brands and other resources to help make the journey of parenthood more fun by celebrating family life. Several activities will be offered at the outdoor event including:

  • a variety of interactive vendor booths that will host story time
  • face painting
  • mommy and me yoga
  • a themed photo booth
  • a bubble tent
  • arts & crafts.
  • Kids Costume Contest: Bohemian Festival Style – $200 Gift Card
  • Food & Drink: Assorted Food Trucks – Cash or Credit Card Purchase

There will also be a main stage showcasing musicians performing children’s favorite sing along songs. Bring a blanket and lawn chairs to enjoy the park during the festival. Restrooms, changing and breastfeeding areas will be available for your convenience.

William R. Mason Regional Park is located at:
18712 University Dr, Irvine, CA 92612

Parking fee is $5 per vehicle entry.

For more information about the event, visit the Babychella website here.



Celebrate Lunar New Year Jan. 20 – Feb. 5 at Disney California Adventure Park

Disney California Adventure Park is getting ready for a bigger-than-even Lunar New Year Celebratin beginning Friday, Jan. 20 through Sunday Feb. 5, 2017. The extravagant celebration for the Year of the Rooster will take place over the span of 17 fun-filled days and will includec olorful live performances, fun-filled activities, beautiful decor, Disney characters in their Lunar New Year costumes, and special food and merchandise offerings. Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Mulan and Mushu will join guests for this very special time of year! lunar-new-year-mickey-minnie Guests at the Lunar New Year Celebration will discover new Disney magic as they experience Asian culture through a variety of live performances, including Chinese acrobats and authentic musicians. Each night prior to “World of Color,” a new feature called “Hurry Home” will tell the tale of a journey home for Lunar New Year. The six-minute feature is presented in sequences, utilizing projected animation along with the lighting, special effects and powerful fountains of “World of Color.”

As “Hurry Home” unfolds, guests will get to follow along on the journey of a Little Lantern returning home for the annual celebration of good luck and fortune. Little Lantern encounters three “dream sequences,” featuring appearances by Mulan and the dragon Mushu. “Hurry Home” employs two contrasting animation styles, with fully rendered CG animation and sequences inspired by traditional Chinese paper cut-out style animation. The story is scored with music created for the opening ceremony of Shanghai Disney Resort by Academy Award-winning composer Tan Dun (“Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”).

LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATION – This year's Lunar New Year Celebration at Disney California Adventure Park is expanded for 17 days from Friday, Jan. 20 through Sunday Feb. 5, 2017, and pays tribute to the Year of the Rooster. Guests will celebrate and experience Asian culture with delicious food, colorful live performances, a six-minute feature called "Hurry Home" presented before “World of Color” and fun-filled activities. (Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland)

Lunar New Year, traditionally celebrated within Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese cultures, commemorates the moment when both the sun and the moon begin their journey for another year. Highlights of the Lunar New Year Celebration at Disney California Adventure include:

  • Three new Asian marketplaces offering foods inspired by Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese cultures.
  • Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Mulan and Mushu, dressed in their Lunar New Year attire to welcome guests and join them for photos.
  • Live performances with an impressive array of authentic performers, acrobats, musicians and more.
  • A New Year’s Wishing Wall, where guests may add their own wishes for a wonderful future
  • Lunar New Year décor, including beautiful ornamental lanterns and banners wishing guests a Happy Lunar New Year in English, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese.
  • Lunar New Year commemorative merchandise, including a specially designed t-shirt, pin and the traditional red envelopes for gift-giving.

For a limited time only, Disneyland Resort guests may celebrate the tradition, sights, sounds and tastes of Lunar New Year with a touch of Disney magic, only at Disney California Adventure. For more information and the daily entertainment schedules, go here. You can also read more about Lunar New Year at Disneyland Resort on the Disney Parks Blog here.

This is not a sponsored post. Photos are property of Disneyland Resort. All opinions are 100% my own. 

Mountain High to Host World’s Largest Lesson Day on January 6, 2017

January’s arrival marks the start of Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month at Mountain High. The resort is participating in the World’s Largest Ski and Snowboard Lesson Day set for 10:00 a.m. PST on Friday, January 6, 2017.worlds-largestFor the second-straight year, multiple winter resorts across the U.S. and Canada, including Mountain High, will attempt to set industry and Guinness World Records for teaching people how to ski and snowboard. Southern California is home to millions of potential skiers and snowboarders and, with January being Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month, this is a really cool way for many people to learn how to shred on the mountain

“We had an incredible turnout for last year’s first attempt at shattering skiing and snowboarding lesson participation records and can’t wait to break it this time,” said John McColly, Mountain High chief marketing officer.

The current record for world’s largest ski lesson (both single and multiple venue) is 594 and 500 for world’s largest snowboard lesson (both single and multiple venue). World’s Largest Lesson Day is an ideal opportunity for skiers and boarders of all ages to learn how much fun they can have and be part of a world record. Classes at Mountain High truly prepare skiers and snowboarders to succeed on the slopes. Lesson participants will learn how to properly use equipment, be introduced to basic skiing and snowboarding skills including safety, learn about types of terrain, demonstrate and be evaluated on what they learned during the 90-minute class. All attendees will receive an official certificate of completion upon finishing the lesson.

To register for the World’s Largest Ski and Snowboard Lesson Day at Mountain High, visit here or  call 888-754-7878.  Event registration ends Thursday, January 5, 2017.

Ring in 2017 at the Pretend City Noon Year’s Eve Confetti Countdown


Ring in the “Noon” Year at Pretend City!
Pretend City Children’s Museum invites everyone to come celebrate the New Year! Join in the fun as they we ring in 2017 in the middle of the day on Saturday, December 31, 2016 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.. The Noon Year’s Eve Confetti Countdown will celebrate the New Year four different times as midnight strikes in Bangladesh, Dubai, Athens, and London.noon-years-eve-2Children will be able to get in the spirit with crafts including DIY noise makers and party hats and a kiddie dance party, in addition to enjoying all of the regular fun at Pretend City Children’s Museum.noon-years-eve-3Join in all the family friendly fun at Pretend City this New Year’s Eve! Hope to see you there!

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Find Rudolph and His Friends at SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration Through 1/1

When our family received a very special invitation to SeaWorld San Diego’s Christmas Celebration, we were excited to attend! Located just about an hour south of Orange County, SeaWorld San Diego is just a hop, skip & a jump away from our home.
xmascelseaworld-christmas-celebration-just-rudolphDuring SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration, in addition to all of the regular shows and attractions, ther are two additional areas exclusive to the event, that you won’t want to miss…Santa’s Christmas Village and the all-new Rudolph’s Christmastown.rudolphs-christmastown-entranceAs soon as we arrived at the park, we began our celebration by heading straight over to Rudolph’s Christmastown. I grew up watching all of the classic Christmas specials on TV featuring Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer™ so I was on a mission to find Rudolph and all of his friends at SeaWorld!seaworld-christmas-celebration-sceneAs you walk through Rudolph’s Christmastown you’ll find so many adorable areas to take photos over there, as well as fun games that are all Rudolph-themed. We also found Rudolph, himself, and he was ready to take pictures. you have the option to take pictures with Rudolph and a couple of his friends. (Characters available may vary.) seaworld-christmas-celebration-us-with-rudolphSeaWorld offers PhotoKey™ services to guests, so you have the option to have their professional photographers photograph your family at designated spots throughout the park and then purchase the photos for sharing online and printing out to create keepsakes of your day! We utilized the service at this location for our photos with Rudolph.seaworld-christmas-celebration-photokeyWe were also pleasantly surprised when Bumble the Snow Monster walked in! He is one of my all-time favorites from the series and we had a lot of fun posing with him. (especially my husband)seaworld-christmas-celebration-us-with-bumbleThere are some very special savory and sweet holiday food offerings in Rudolph’s Christmastown such as gourmet pizzas, a variety of Mac & Cheese, Holiday Crepes, and Waffles on a stick! Warm coffee drinks and hot cocoa are also available!gourmet-pizza-seaworldseaworld-christmas-celebration-waffle-on-a-stickSeaWorld really spoiled us that night and we ate everything I mentioned above. Their culinary team is amazing!

seaworld-christmas-celebration-treeRight near the Arctic Wild, in Rudolph’s Christmastown, you’ll find the 40′ Happiest Dancing Christmas Tree. We enjoyed a fun tree lighting ceremony with singing elves and Rudolph. The tree is beautiful and changes colors and light patterns as the music changes. Here’s a very short video of the countdown to the tree lighting up:

santas-christmas-village-entranceNext, we headed over to Santa’s Christmas Village to find Santa and Mrs. Claus. There are many different activities and things to explore in Santa’s Christmas Village including:

  • Mrs. Claus’ Story Time
  • Elves Dance Party and sing-a-long – Park guests of all ages can dance and sing-a-long at the dance party. Enjoy a snow finale at the end. seaworld-christmas-celebration-sing-a-longseaworld-christmas-celebration-snow
  • Real reindeer – You can meet two of Santa’s reindeer who are vacationing in the park for the holidays,
  • NEW delicious treats – Enjoy treats such as freshly baked cinnamon rolls and Kettle corn.seaworld-christmas-celebration-cinnamon-roll

You can also meet Santa in his cottage and have your photo taken with him, using either the PhotoKey services or your own camera.

seaworld-christmas-celebration-emi-and-santaWait times to see Santa may vary so please plan your day accordingly. You also have the option to reserve your visit to see Santa by visiting hereseaworld-christmas-celebration-us-with-santaWe had so much fun at the media review of SeaWorld San Diego’s Christmas Celebration and look forward to going back during the daytime to experience even more fun. Have you been to SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration before?seaworld-christmas-celebration-hot-cocoaFor more information about Christmas at SeaWorld San Diego, visit here. Connect with SeaWorld on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

This is not a sponsored post. I was invited to attend a media event at SeaWorld San Diego in order to write this post. Some images and logo are property of SeaWorld.